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Official Website : http://salem.nic.in

Headquarters : Salem
State : Tamil Nadu

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 5237
Rural : 4561.41
Urban : 675.59

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 3482056
Rural : 1707934
Urban : 1774122
Male : 1781571
Female : 1700485
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 954
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 665

Helplines :
State Control Room : 1070
CollectorateControl Room : 1077
CollectorateBoard : 0427 – 2450301,2450302,2450303
Police Control Room : 100
Accident Help Line : 108
Fire and Rescue : 101
Ambulance Help Line : 102
Child Help line : 1098
Disaster Help Line : 1077
Sexual Harashment : 1091
BSNL Help Line : 1500
Voter Help Line : 1950
Dengue WhatsApp Number : 8098160003

Population (Census 2010) : The current world population is 7.6 billion (As of 1st July 2018)

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website
http://niti.gov.in/file/962/download?token=7FntgVvf

Brief About Salem District
The Date of human civilization in this district reaches far back to the stone ages.     

The existence of prehistoric culture in Salem is evident from the discovery of Paleolithic and Neolithic stone implements and dung ash heaps in and around Salem.  A concise chronology of the district is presented.

3rd Century B.C. 

The period of Bogar – a notable Tamil Siddhar. Arrival of Buddhism and Jainism in Salem.

1st Century A.D. Around the beginning of the Christian era, the existence of a culturally and economically advanced society in Salem two thousand years ago is evident from the discovery of silver coins of the Roman Emperor Tiberices  Claudices Nero (37-68) in Koneripatti of Salem in 1987.
2nd Century A.D. Pandiyan dynasty rules Salem.   Pandiyan Nedunchezhiyan Kanaikal Irumporai rules Kolli Malai.  
4th Century A.D. Rise of Pallava dynasty in Salem.
6th Century A.D. Period of Mahendra Varma Pallva Raise of Saivite principles.
7th Century A.D. Weakening of Buddhism & Jainism.  Period of Narasimha Varma Pallava.
8th Century A.D. Pandiyan dynasty in Salem.
9th Century A.D. Raise of Saiva samayam and fading away of Jainism and Buddhism. Raise of Pallava.
10th Century A.D. Raise of Chozha dynasty and decline of Pallavas.
11th Century A.D. Chozha rule.
12th Century A.D. Rise of Hoysala rule in parts of Salem.
13th Century AD. Hoysala rule established; parts of Salem remained under Pandiyan dynasty.
14th Century A.D. 1310 Malikkafur goes through Salem 1368- Salem under Vijaya Nagar Empire
15th Century A .D. The Chalukya rule .  Raise of Palyakarars.
16th Century A.D. Rule of Madurai Nayakars.   Rule of Emperor Krishnadheva Raya in part of Salem including Attur.
17th Century A.D. Rise of local chieftains Gatti and Nayakas.Palayakara  rule.
18th Centrury A.D. Rule of Hyder Ali and Tipu sultan Taking over by British. 1772 – First Collector to Salem.

19th Century A.D.: 

1856 New Revenue survey under taken ; Settlement department established. End of company rule and Taking over by British Crown.
1860 Salem city as capital of District
1862 Salem Central Jail built.
1866-67 Severe   famine.  (A series of famines and epidemics)
1875 Cholera epidemic rages.  
1876-78 The Great famine
1891-92 Another famine. 
1896-97 Last famine of the century.

20th Century: 

Developmental activities in Salem like Constructing railways and Ghat roads and construction of Mettur dam.

1947 -  Salem is a independent part of Free India.

1951 – Exchange of villages between Mysore and Madras State took place under the provinces and states (Absorption of Enclaves) order 1950.

1961- Sankari Taluk was formed from Tiruchengode Taluk. 

1965- Salem district was bifurcated into Salem – Dharmapuri districts (2-10-1965)

Salem constituted 8 Taluks – Salem , Attur, Yercaud, Omalur ,Sankari, Tiruchengode, Rasipuram and Namakkal.

Dharmapuri constituted 4 Taluks – Hosur, Krishnagiri , Harur and Dharmapuri.

1966- Mettur Taluk was formed from Omalur Taluk and Salem constituted Nine taluks.

1989 – Paramathi Velur Taluk was newly formed.

1997 – Salem District was bifurcated into Salem and Namakkal district (2.2.1997).  Salem constituted 8 Taluks  - Salem, Yercaud, Attur, Omalur, Mettur, Sankari, Gangavalli, and Idappadi and Namakkal district constituted 4 Taluks - Namakkal, Tiruchengode, Rasipuram and Paramathi-Velur

1998 – Attur Division was newly formed and a new Taluk Valappadi was formed. Salem attained its present administrative set-up.